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. siemens. answers. >> neil: at it time for our latest edition of "they say, we check." >> year going to mapping our way through this by identifying the lowe's risk detainees and putting them into alternative -- >> sorry, janet, not true. we checked on that. >> several hundred related to sequester but not thousands. >> neil: also not true. we now more than 2,000 illegals were released, including at least ten considered what they call level one offenders, four of whom have since been re-arrested. whatever the case, it's got arizona republican governor jan brewer shaking her head and her first. she joins me now. bottom line was they disavowed this motion there were thousands of horrible illegals wanting to do harm on the streets, when in fact they called back a number of them and they do now say that there were a good many more than they first said. what do you make of this? >> you know, it's absolutely outrageous. this whole episode has been nothing but a charade. this reporting by this administration -- just simply is not right. we need good, solid information. they tell us all low le
of america's biggest cities. siemens. answers. [ bop ] [ bop ] [ bop ] you can do that all you want, i don't like v8 juice. [ male announcer ] how about v8 v-fusion. a full serving of vegetables, a full serving of fruit. but what you taste is the fruit. so even you... could've had a v8. >> neil: the voting, lawmakers in cyprus shooting down the plan to raid peoples' bank accounts after reactions like these in the streets. the people in the country may have dodged a bullet for now but melissa frances says they're not that lucky and knee are we. mel lisa, it's true. we think just because this is a done issue for them, it's not a done issue. >> absolutely not a done issue. they haven't resolved what they're going to do now. they still have to come up with 10 or $17 billion, and all they've said is we're not going to raid people's bank accounts, which is good because the economy is built on the financial system where 40% of deposits come from outside of the country. the developments are eight times their gdp. they would destroy their economy. but i'm not sure it's not destroyed. now the russia
to places beyond it. siemens. answers. [bleep] >>> i want to let you in on a secret about tv folks. take it from me. we're nuts. we're all nuts. really. we're so insecure we're constantly remaking ourselves not to impress you, but our colleagues. sorry, viewer. forgive us for we know what we do and what we do not want to do is be laughed at. never laughed at. we want to be at the picnic, not the skunk. we all want to be loved. we want to be cool. which is why we tend to stick with the script written by us, for us and only us. on the same issues, pretty much all issues. the cool thing to say is the president made a possible with stimulus spending. not cool is ben bernanke made it possible with his stimulus spending. the budget, cool things to say is republicans are obstruction insist, not cool to say is democrats must be equally obstructionist for demanding more spending. fair is fair but that doesn't mean it's cool. what it cool it believing in climate change and spending billions to spend it. what is not cool is questioning climate change and whether we can fix it. cool is giving billio
to places beyond it. siemens. answers. >> neil: get ready for the axe if you have not paid that tax them the house set to vote on a bill for federal workers who are are tax del length quit. is that fair? >> i just don't see the logic. if somebody owes you money it's dumb to fire. the where are they supposed to get the funds to pay you? >> neil: also would inhibit hiring. >> yes. if you want to have standards set for the qualifications -- i don't them that. >> neil: cannot be a deadbeat. >> to the person who is trying to hire you. but you can't take away their only source of income a person has, contribute to the unemployment rate, and they owe you money? how does that work. i don't get the logic. >> neil: good point. >> i just think that anyone who is running a business could not possibly be expected to employ people that owe them money. that's ridiculous. it would be irresponsible. >> neil: these are people who might also just have disagreements with the irs and they're in the middle of litigation or fighting. so they might be listed as not paying their taxes but they're fighting it. >>
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